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So up until yesterday the truck was driving relatively smoothly, there was the occasional hard shift from 1st to 2nd (which I believe these trucks are known for). I stopped at a stop light yesterday and started going and then at about 20 MPH the truck decided it didnt want to shift. This happened a few times throughout the day and seemed to get worse as the day went on and at this point it now does it every time it gets down into the lower gears. I switched to manual to see what gear it was stuck in and it showed 2nd and then 3rd after it shifted and didnt want to shift up.
EDIT: Transmission temps when I was looking did not appear to get above 205 F, Fluid is red like it should be, level seems fine.
Is there a known issue with these transmissions or an easy fix I can attempt? Transmissions are voodoo to me
My warranty recently expired on my 2015 Chevy Silverado 1500 5.3L and I was wondering if anyone could recommend a tuner for my year truck. I drive about a 100 miles a day at time and would like to get a little more mpg. I have access to 93 in my area as well.
Any help is appreciated.
I am moving from a Ford F-150 truck to GMC. I really want the Heads Up Display and the camera in the mirror. Ford doesn't offer this on any models. Other saftey features are better on the GMC. At first I was looking only at the Denali truck. However, as I'm retired now, I don't haul much (including kids). So, buying a truck means, for me, having all of that truck bed that is rarely used. I also have to buy a cover for the bed! Was thinking - why not look at the Yukon. No need to buy a cover for the bed.
One thing that I really liked about the F-150 was that with the rear seats folded up I could stand my road bike upright in the back seat without taking any wheels off. Just roll her in and roll her out. Extremely convenient. After watching dozens of YouTube videos on the Yukon I can't tell if there would be room to stand a road bike upright in back of the driver/passenger seats. I thought....I know who would know this - owners in this Forum of 2021 or older Yukons. I'm quite sure that if I went with the Denali truck I'd have no problem standing up the bike behind the driver. However, I don't need that truck bed. Of course, I don't really need all of those seats (3rd row) either. So torn between the truck and the Yukon.
Thoughts on the bike?
By Jennifer Smiles
I have a 2003 yukon sle 2wd. The radio, windows, gauges on right side of the dash all stop working. The abs, tc and air bag lights come on. Now if you press the brake the radio and windows work. The gauges sometime come back on. The vehicle runs good now stalling issues or anything. Just wondering if anyone has any ideas what could cause this.
About 1 year ago I replaced the engine in my 1989 suburban v2500 with a 5.7L tbi engine in it, I used another chevy 350 from summit racing and used most of the old Accesory drive then, about 6 months after I completed the build it noticed a loud rattling noise that sounded like detonation to me but only under low speed acceleration and it would stop when I let my foot off the gas, so I began troubleshooting the issue. I replaced the egr valve, put colder spark plugs in it, replaced the knock sensor, tried high octane fuel, retarded the timing adjusted the valve lash and now I am lost, the noise only gets worse the more I drive it.
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